February 26

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What Makes Romance Tropes Addictive with Jennifer Hilt

Romanced by the Book is a podcast for writers of happily ever afters and dream-worthy book boyfriends that put readers into a romance-induced hangover with host Dana Pittman, a USA Today Bestselling Author, developmental editor, and avid romance reader.

This episode is we discuss how tropes keep your reader up way past their bedtime because you’ve just given them that most delicious of all things---an unputdownable book. My guest today shares what makes tropes so addictive.

About Jennifer Hilt

Jennifer Hilt is a  USA Today Bestselling author with more than 24 romances published across four pen names.  She is the author of The Trope Thesaurus and Horror Trope Thesaurus.  Her latest book, The Trope Thesaurus Romance has an active Kickstarter campaign until February 26, 2023.

Jennifer is obsessed with tropes and story structure thanks to a background in linguistics, plotting, and concept creation. She loves empowering authors to create their best romance.

From her Seattle home, Jennifer collects dictionaries in unfamiliar languages, binges Scandi-Noir series, and shouts out tropes from the comfort of her couch.

To learn more at www.jenniferhilt.com.


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Contemporary Romance, Developmental Editor, Encouragement, Indie Publishing, Instruction, Jennifer Hilt, Motivation, Novelist, Plotting, Podcast Guest, Romance Tropes, Romance Writing, Romanced by the Book, Steamy Romance, Tropes, Writing, Writing Resources


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